1998 COMMAND HISTORY FOR NAVAL HEALTH RESEARCH CENTER SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIAReport No. OPNAV 5750-1Command's Mission: To support fleet operational readiness through research,development, test, and evaluation on the biomedical and psychological aspects of Navy and Marine Corps personnel health and performance, and to perform such other functions or tasks as may be directed by higher authority. Topic: Naval Health Research Center
Wet-Clothing Hypothermia Model StudiedNHRC CHANGE OF COMMANDInfectious Diseases SurveillanceNHRC Military Research PsychologistsNHRC COMMAND HIGHLIGHTSScientific Support Office Offers Contracting GuidelinesNHRC in the News Dr. Paula Konoske RetiresNHRC Recent PublicationsNHRC Staff Awards CeremoniesDwell-time Outcomes ExploredNMSC Commander is Special Guest SpeakerNHRC welcomes the followingSpotlight: Captain Gregory C. UtzCommanding Officer's Corner Topics: Naval Health Research Center, hypothermia
Medical Data to Medical IntelligenceJoint Trauma Analysis and Prevention of Injury in Combat (JTAPIC)NHRC VisitorsNHRC's New Executive Officer: CAPT Lanny BoswellNHRC Conducts Predeployment Training for Navy's Sixth Mobile Care TeamPopulation-Based Surveillance Among U.S. Military Recruits Seeking Health Care for Acute GastroenteritisCommand HighlightsU.S. CENTCOM Joint Combat Casualty Research TeamOver 180,000 Service Members and Veterans now Participating in the Millennium Cohort... Topics: Millennium Cohort Study, Naval Health Research Center
Department of Respiratory Disease ResearchBirth & Infant Health Registry (BIHR)Modeling Air Force Allowance StandardsSpotlight AwardsRecent Publications & PresentationsCommand Comer Topics: reproductive health, babies, Naval Health Research Center
Dr. Frank Garland 1950-2010Command HighlightsNHRC in the NEWSWelcome to NHRCNHRC PublicationsNHRC Staff AwardsCSC "Fun"ctionsFighting the FluResearch IntegrityCorner Commanding Officer's Corner Topics: Naval Health Research Center, ethics, influenza, obituary
In this interview, Dr. Mwansambo discusses the design and goals of the Health Research Capacity Strengthening Initiative in Malawi. Topic: Health Research Capacity Strengthening Initiative Malawi IDRC Wellcome Trust DFiD
By Capt. Jacqueline Rychnovsky, U.S. Navy, Nurse Corps, PhD, RN, CPNP, commanding officer, Naval Health Research Center."As a nurse researcher and the first Navy Nurse Corps officer to command a Navy Research and Development command, it’s not unusual for people to ask how nursing research differs from other medical or scientific research. The question never offends me but always causes me to give pause. The question is asked in the civilian and academic community too, mainly by those... Topics: Naval Health Research Center, Nurse Corps, Navy Medicine Live Blog
This is a March 2007 interview with Professor Gilbert Kokwaro of Kenya. In this interview, Dr. Kokwaro describes the creation of Kenyaâs Consortium for National Health Research (CNHR), a proposed NGO that will work to strengthen health research capacity in the country. To be funded by the UKâs Department for International Development, the Wellcome Trust and Canadaâs IDRC, the CNHR aims to create a system of coordinated, robust and utilised research in Kenya over an initial period of five... Topics: health research capacity strengthening Kenya IDRC Wellcome Trust, DFID
Respiratory Disease Diagnostics Researcher Receives Top Scientist Award Toolkit to Reduce Stigma Designed Antisocial Behavior Trends Studied Command Highlights Role of Vitamin D in Disease Prevention NHRC Staff Awards NHRC Publications American Indian Heritage Month SPOTLIGHT: Mr. Vern Wing Command Functions Research Integrity Corner: "What are the main ethical principles that govern research with human subjects?" Commanding Officer's Corner: New Year Brings New Acquisition... Topics: Naval Health Research Center, Patrick Blair, stress, mental health, vitamins
In this interview, Dr. Charles Mwansambo of Malawi discusses the Health Research Capacity Strengthening Initiative. Funded by the UKâs Department for International Development, the Wellcome Trust and Canadaâs IDRC, the Health Research Capacity Strengthening Initiative aims to create a system of coordinated, robust and utilized research in Malawi over an initial period of five years, a sister project to a similar initiative underway in Kenya. It will attract and retain young scientists;... Topic: malawi health research capacity building matters idrc dfid wellcome trust
Behavioral Health Needs Assessment (BHNAS)Recent ActivitiesBehavioral Intervention on a Global ScaleSocial EventsSpotlight Recent Publications & PresentationsCommand Comer Topics: Naval Health Research Center, HIV, AIDS, mental health
The Effects of Load CarriageHigh-Level VisitorsNHRC's Annual Chili/Brownie Cook-Off & Halloween Costume ContestEnhanced Immersive Training for Hospital Corpsmen: Demonstration and AssessmentResearch Integrity Corner: Can you recognize Research Misconduct?In the News ...Navy Medicine Commemorates World AIDS DayCOMMAND HIGHLIGHTSNHRC RECENT PUBLICATIONSCommanding Officer's Quarter: Readiness, Value, and Jointness Topics: Naval Health Research Center, hospital corpsmen, training, ethics, AIDS
NHRC assists foreign militaries in combating global HIV/AIDSCommand Updates- Millennium Cohort StudyMedical Supply EstimatingResilience ResearchAutomated Heat Stress SystemResearch Integrity Corner: "Should I include this wayward data point in my analysis?"NHRC Recent PublicationsStaff AwardsSPOTLIGHT- Dr. Karen KellyWelcome AboardCommand HighlightsCommanding Officer's Corner - Investing in our Future: STEM Topics: Millennium Cohort Study, AIDS, stress, Naval Health Research Center
Proceedings of the 1998 American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting (panelists discuss medical journals funding, corporate-based science, and ethical issues). Part III Topics: research activity, whistleblower, public health research, cigarette, tobacco
Interview with Joe Corcoran, former Indiana state legislator, for the Tobacco Institute's "Environmental Tobacco Smoke: What the EPA Isn't Telling You." Topics: tobacco, cigarette, anti-smoking advocacy, industry strategy, state legislation, restaurant, public...
Compilation of television news shows reporting on the Surgeon General's report, "Women and Smoking." Stations include: CBS Nightcast; KCAL, Los Angeles; ABC 7 News at 4; WCVB Newscenter 5, Boston; WXII TV Newschannel 12, Winston-Salem; WNCN News at 4 pm, Goldsboro, Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville; BET News; Despierta America. Last clip is in Spanish. Many newscasts include a prerecorded feed featuring Philip Morris' Mike Pfeil. Click Here to View Part 1 Click Here to View Part 2 Topics: tobacco, cigarette, female, Surgeon General, lung cancer, public health research, advertising,...
Naples Birth Defects Study 2008 Wilkins AwardRecent Publications & PresentationsWhat's RPM? Science SeminarsLean6 Sigma World AIDS DayCommand Comer Topics: Naval Health Research Center, Italy, Birth and Infant Health Registry, Dennis Faix
By Cmdr. Dennis J. Faix, MC, USN; Anthony Hawksworth, Cmdr. Patrick J. Blair, MSC, USN."Adenovirus infections decreased dramatically at basic training centers between 1971 and 1996 following immunization with a vaccine against two types of adenovirus. However, the disease reemerged when production of the vaccine ceased and vaccination was discontinued. Since 1996 the Naval Health Research Center (NHRC) in San Diego, has conducted surveillance studies at eight DoD training sites. This... Topics: Navy Medicine Live Blog, vaccination, adenovirus, Naval Health Research Center, epidemiology
This piece was produced by Visnews to demonstrate the success of Philip Morris's media campaign against the Environmental Protection Agency's report on environmental tobacco smoke. It contains statistics about local and national television station usage of PM's satellite media tour, b-roll, and media briefing at the National Press Club and clips from the press conference and local television news coverage. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, secondhand smoke, media campaign, television, public health research, lung...
Stress Mitigation Tool- Graphic NovelStudy Finds Morphine Reduces the Risk of PTSDEpidemiology Directorate EstablishedNavy Influenza's Experts Consult at WHO meetingMillennium Cohort Study UpdateMarine Corp Survey ProgramNHRC Highlights, News, PublicationsSpotlight: CAPT Lanny BoswellCommand Social ActivitiesCommanding Officer's Corner Topics: Naval Health Research Center, stress, graphic novel, PTSD, influenza, Millennium Cohort Study
Command CornerCAREN50th AnniversarySpotlightAfricomRecent PublicationsHighlights from the labNew NMSC Commander Topics: Naval Health Research Center, Richard L. Haberberger, Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment
Command CornerNHRC in the NewsECHOES VideoH1N1 Flu OutbreakPoor Health Predicts PTSDRecent Publications & PresentationsHighlights from the labHistory of Naval Medical Research Topics: influenza, PTSD, history of medicine, Naval Health Research Center, combat and operational stress...
By Dr. Nancy F. Crum-Cianflone, M.D., Department Head, Deployment Health Research Department, Naval Health Research Center."As part of my job, I get to oversee many research studies, including the Millennium Cohort Study (MILCO) and the Millennium Cohort Family Study. In the MILCO study, we are combining survey data with personnel, deployment, vaccination, and military health system information, to evaluate the impact of military service, including deployment, on various health measures. Topics: Navy Medicine Live Blog, Naval Health Research Center, Millennium Cohort Study
Dr. John Volckens discussing the future of occupational health research at the University of Washington's Future of Occupational Health Symposium, held June 24-25 in Seattle, WA. Topics: Future of Occupational Health, Occupational Health, Exposure Sciences, Occupational Health Research
The NIOSH BSC is made up of 15 experts in occupational safety and health, such as occupational medicine, occupational nursing, industrial hygiene, occupational safety and health engineering, toxicology, chemistry, safety and health education, ergonomics, epidemiology, biostatistics, and psychology.Â Among the members, four may be representatives of industry or labor who are knowledgeable in occupational safety and health research.Â Members serve for overlapping terms up to 4 years. The... Topics: NIOSH, Board of Scientific Counselors, BSC, occupational safety and health research and prevention...
Navy & Marine Corps Medical News 99-18Headline: New guidebook makes TRICARE simpleHeadline: Families near three closing military bases will keep pharmacy benefitHeadline: Automation helps crews work smarterHeadline: Fleet Hospital Five proves ‘ready’Headline: The Milky Way is expandingHeadline: Beaufort celebrates golden anniversaryHeadline: High honor presented for HeroismHeadline: Yokosuka holds Pacific Rim Eye conferenceHeadline: TRICARE question and answerHeadline:... Topics: MEDNEWS, BRAC, NH Jacksonville, NH Yokosuka, NH Beaufort, Naval Health Research Center, Fleet...
Strengthening Relationships with a Regional Security Partner in AsiaCommanding Officer’s MessageJoint Non-Lethal Weapons Program at Brooks City-Base, TexasNMRC’s BD Directorate Preparing for Move to Fort DetrickChief of Naval Operations (CNO) Visits with NAMRU-3 StaffNMRC/WRAIR Joint Services Color Guard: Committed to ExcellenceNAMRL Researchers Win “Best in Research” Award at AMSUS MeetingNMRC Volunteers Hammer Down with DC Habitat for HumanityGreetings and Happy Holidays from the NMRC... Topics: NAMRU-2, Singapore, Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD), NAMRU-3, Naval Health Research...
Video news release about a study by Lawrence Garfinkle published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute about lung cancer rates of non-smoking wives of smoking husbands. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, lung cancer, secondhand smoke, public health research, epidemiology, public...
Community Responsibility Beyond Medical DutiesPage 3Herschel Walker Visits Naval Hospital Camp LejeunePage 656 NHCL Sailors Advance in RankPage 7NHCL Unveils New LogoPage 8Special Double Issue: 2013 Year In ReviewA few highlights of this past year at NHCLNHCL Partners with ECU to Further Train Staff (April 2013)Page 10Operation Recycle: Command Teams Up to Clean Up (May 2013)Page 11Healing Wounds Through Art Therapy (July 2013)Page 12NHCL Opens Special Care Nursery (August 2013)Page 13 Topics: Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps, NH Camp Lejeune, Naval Health Research Center, pediatrics
The NIOSH BSC is made up of 15 experts in occupational safety and health, such as occupational medicine, occupational nursing, industrial hygiene, occupational safety and health engineering, toxicology, chemistry, safety and health education, ergonomics, epidemiology, biostatistics, and psychology. Among the members, four may be representatives of industry or labor who are knowledgeable in occupational safety and health research. Members serve for overlapping terms up to 4 years. Topics: NIOSH, Board of Scientific Counselors, BSC, occupational safety and health research and prevention...